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Japan to declare state of emergency over coronavirus pandemic
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Laura Ingraham and Fox News Medical Guests Met With Trump to Discuss Hydroxychloroquine: Report
The Fox News host brought two of her regular medical guests to make a "detailed presentation" meant to persuade the president to push for the drug's wider use.
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Dem Lawmaker Says Trump Saved Her Life by Recommending Hydroxychloroquine for Coronavirus
"If President Trump had not talked about this, it would not be something that's accessible for anyone to get, not right now," Whitsett said.
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Japan declares state of emergency over coronavirus pandemic
Much of Japan will enter a state of emergency Tuesday, as the country struggles to rein in the coronavirus pandemic, months after the first domestic cases were reported.
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Cardinal Pell welcomes court's dismissal of abuse conviction
Cardinal George Pell welcomed Australia’s highest court clearing him of child sex crimes Tuesday and said his trial had not been a referendum on the Catholic Church’s handling of the clergy abuse crisis.
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Body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean discovered days after canoeing accident
Authorities announced the body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, missing since a canoeing accident last week with her son, was discovered late Monday in about 25 feet of water and recovered, authorities said.
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Body of Robert F. Kennedy’s Granddaughter Found After Maryland Canoeing Accident
Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, 40, is the daughter of former Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
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Dr. Anthony Fauci: There are 'good signs' in US battle against coronavirus, but we're far from 'claiming victory'
Drs. Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx say there are encouraging signs after weeks of mitigation, but stress the U.S. is far from a coronavirus victory.        
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This Day in History: April 7
Jazz singer-songwriter Billie Holiday, also known as “Lady Day,” is born; The image and voice of Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover are transmitted live from Washington to New York in the first successful long-distance demonstration of television; Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns.
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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle announce name of their new foundation: Archewell
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Monday revealed they have plans to start a new non-profit organization called Archewell. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex — who recently moved to Los Angeles to start a new life after relinquishing their roles as working members of the royal family — said they “look forward” to setting...
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Miss Manners: You’re just too sensitive
Relative makes the assertion, but reader doesn’t know if there’s truth to it.
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Hints From Heloise: The grocery store gives me a headache
Cans of soups and spices seem to be in no order. Why not alphabetize?
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Ask Amy: Canine custody keeps former spouses in doghouse
Reader’s boyfriend seems to be enjoying the fight.
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Carolyn Hax: Should you apologize for a past emotional affair?
It was a year ago, but she still feels bad about the relationship with her son’s soccer coach.
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Navy secretary apologizes for calling ousted Capt. Brett Crozier ‘stupid’
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly apologized on Monday for blasting canned aircraft carrier Capt. Brett Crozier as “too naive or too stupid” to command a ship. “Let me be clear, I do not think Captain Brett Crozier is naive nor stupid,” Modly wrote. “I think, and always believed him to be the opposite.” Modly’s about-face...
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‘Everyone’ will likely be likely be infected with coronavirus ‘at some point,’ California health official says
A Santa Clara County health official said Monday that her department will likely be dealing with the new coronavirus “for a very, very long time,” and at some point, everyone will probably be infected.
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Trump blasts watchdog report claiming shortage of hospital supplies
President Trump incorrectly blasted the inspector general of the Health and Human Services department as an “Obama appointee” on Monday when asked about a recent internal HHS report about a “severe” shortage of medical gear and testing supplies. “It is wrong,” Trump said when asked about the findings. “So, give me the name of the...
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Hydroxychloroquine Questions Intensify as Journal Says Its Drug Study 'Did Not Meet Expected Standards'
The criticism may heighten tensions between Trump, who has touted the drug, and Dr. Fauci and other experts, but is unlikely to affect coronavirus treatment.
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CDC head downplays COVID-19 models, says deaths will be 'much lower' than projected
The CDC director said Monday that the death toll from the novel coronavirus will be “much, much, much lower” than models have projected.
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Top cardinal welcomes Australian court’s dismissal of sexual abuse case
CANBERRA, Australia — Cardinal George Pell welcomed Australia’s highest court clearing him of child sex crimes Tuesday and said his trial had not been a referendum on the Catholic Church’s handling of the clergy abuse crisis. Pope Francis’ former finance minister Pell had been the most senior Catholic found guilty of sexually abusing children and...
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Progressive Groups Betting Trump’s Briefings Will Be Left’s ‘Greatest Ammunition’
Progressive groups that are spending millions to define President Donald Trump as an incompetent egomaniac during the coronavirus crisis are betting that Trump’s own words at his press briefings will be their “greatest ammunition."
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Chris Murphy Rips Trump’s Coronavirus ‘Ignorance’—‘Potential Death Sentence for Thousands’
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) on Sunday ripped President Donald Trump for being against stay-at-home orders until there has been a “massive breakout,” adding that Trump’s “ignorance is a potential death sentence for thousands.”
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Renowned surgeon, known for his generosity and humanitarian work, asked to be buried in his scrubs
Dr. Francis Robicsek, who died Friday at the age of 94, was known to his Charlotte, North Carolina, community as a hero, saving many lives during his long career as a heart surgeon.
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Space Crime Allegation Leads to Charges Against Astronaut’s Ex-Wife
The astronaut Anne McClain had faced accusations that she had improperly accessed a bank account from the International Space Station. But prosecutors said her accuser lied about some details.
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Factbox: Reaction to the acquittal of Cardinal Pell on child sex offences
Ex-Vatican Treasurer George Pell, 78, was released from jail on Tuesday after Australia's highest court acquitted him of charges of sexually assaulting two teenaged choirboys in the 1990s.
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Nets still looking for how to unlock the best Taurean Prince
Part 16 of a series analyzing the Brooklyn Nets. Before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, no Net had logged more games than Taurean Prince. He didn’t take a single contest off, availability being arguably his best ability. That makes it at least somewhat concerning that shortly before Kenny Atkinson parted ways...
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Free agency has left Sparks 'ahead of the curve' in WNBA
Sparks coach Derek Fisher and assistant general manager Michael Fischer discuss how free agency and a veteran team has made delay to season favorable for them.
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How People Came Together on Social Media to Help American Travelers Stranded in Peru
The success of #stuckinperu underscores the value of crowdsourced repatriation in a social-media-era pandemic
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D.C. police officer dies on duty Monday, police say
The officer suffered a medical emergency that was not related to covid-19, officials say.
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Brielle Biermann receives backlash for tweet reminding followers that Donald Trump 'has feelings'
Brielle Biermann is in hot water with some of her fans.
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Dr. Birx praises Trump, says deciding to use hydroxychloroquine 'up to the physician and the patient'
White House coronavirus task force response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx joined "Hannity" Monday to answer questions surrounding the antimalarial drug hydroxachloroquine and its experimental use to fight the coronavirus.
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Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean's body found by divers
The body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean has been found by divers, police said.
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UFC free fight: Relive Stipe Miocic's victorious debut at UFC 136
Stipe Miocic had to dig deep in his UFC debut, but prevailed with his technique and well-rounded game.       Related StoriesAssociation of Ringside Physicians urges end to all combat sports during COVID-19Revamped UFC 249 lineup features Andrade-Namajunas 2, Ngannou-Rozenstruik, moreDaniel Cormier: Jon Jones' plea deal 'just not enough' to deter future legal run-ins 
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Fact check: Trump misleads on coronavirus testing
CNN's Daniel Dale says President Donald Trump made false claims during the daily coronavirus briefing about inheriting flawed coronavirus tests and the Obama administration's handling of the H1N1 pandemic.
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Outbreak shows signs of leveling off in New York, New Jersey, but vigilance urged
The governors of New York, New Jersey and Louisiana pointed to tentative signs on Monday that the coronavirus outbreak may be starting to plateau in their states but warned against complacency as the death toll nationwide approached 11,000.
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Michigan Dem lawmaker describes how Trump's boosting of hydroxychloroquine 'saved my life'
A Democratic Michigan state lawmaker has credited President Trump's publicizing of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine with saving her life after her health "plummeted" when she contracted coronavirus.
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Highest ranking Catholic official to ever be publicly accused of child sex offenses to be freed
Cardinal George Pell will be immediately freed from prison after Australia's High Court unanimously overturned his conviction on five counts of historical child sex abuse.
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Chase Young falling is Giants’ best hope for elite NFL Draft 2020 edge-rusher
As the losses mounted last season, what at first was a faint murmur grew louder and more pronounced. Yes, the Giants stink, but all this badness will at least bring back Chase Young as a reward. Well, that is not going to happen, unless something strange goes down in the April 23 draft. Young, the...
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What's on TV Tuesday, April 7: 'The Last O.G.'; Coronavirus
What's on TV Tuesday, April 7: 'The Last O.G.' on TBS; Coronavirus TV coverage; 'The Gene: An Intimate History'; 'Schitt's Creek' series finale and more
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Will the coronavirus pandemic impact the content delivery cycle for streaming giants? Experts weight in
With the novel coronavirus upending normalcy as we know it from an everyday-routine standpoint, the entertainment and show business industries are keeping fluid with developments surrounding the stay-at-home orders currently in effect in numerous states and around the world.
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Democrat Leader of Armed Services Committee Calls for Navy Secretary's Firing
Smith called for the removal of Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly on Monday over his decision to fire Navy Capt. Brett Crozier.
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Trade Adviser Warned White House in January of Risks of a Pandemic
A memo from Peter Navarro said failure to contain a coronavirus outbreak could lead to hundreds of thousands of deaths and trillions of dollars in economic losses. It is the most direct warning known to have circulated at a key moment among top administration officials.
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EU budget won’t be corona-era Marshall Plan
Leaders’ comparison with post-war recovery program is largely misplaced, experts and officials say.
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After Twitter taunts, Trump and Biden have 'wonderful, warm' phone call
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden had a “wonderful, warm” conversation about the nation’s coronavirus response on Monday afternoon.
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H-2A, H-2B Foreign Workers Not Tested for Coronavirus Before Entering U.S.
Foreign workers brought to the United States on the H-2A and H-2B visa programs, through a fast-tracked process by the State Department, will only undergo additional medical screening if they have symptoms of the Chinese coronavirus, Breitbart News has learned.
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Holyoke Soldiers' Home, site of deadly outbreak, dealt with systemic issues for years, staffers and union say
Two employees of the Holyoke Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts told CNN they felt the home was woefully unprepared for a coronavirus outbreak in part due to long-standing systemic issues like short staffing.
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First Rikers Island inmate dies after testing positive for coronavirus
Michael Tyson, a 53-year-old with underlying health conditions, was being held at Rikers over an alleged parole violation, his legal team said.
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Graham says 'the whole world should send China a bill' over Beijing's response to coronavirus
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told "Hannity" Monday that China should pay -- literally -- for its response to the coronavirus that enabled the contagion to spread around the world.
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